European Congress

The problems of the European Union can be solved when the Federal Constitution has been ratified by the citizens so as to stablished The Federated States of Europe.
This was the procedure of the Philadelphia Convention in 1787 that allowed, after the ratification of the Constitution by the citizens, the foundation of the United States of America

The Federal Constitution of the Federated States of Europe in its Article II speaks of the European Congress that has 2 Chambers:
Chamber of Citizens and the Chamber of States. In both Chambers, the representatives of the citizens may exercise their position in the legislative tasks as established in the Federal Constitution.

Another Article of the Federal Constitution is Article VII that speaks of the Citizens, whose point 4 introduces Direct Democracy, therefore the deputies will have to be attentive to the citizens who have recognized the right to the "Citizen Initiative" that says:

1. Citizens of the Federation have the right to present a legislative proposal to the European Congress, in the form of a draft law. If a minimum of 1% of the Citizens of the Federation support this draft law, this will be laid down as a People’s Initiative at the Registry of the House of Citizens. A People’s initiative can have the form of an amendment to the Federal Constitution. Any People’s Initiative shall meet the requirements of consistency of form and content and shall not infringe mandatory provisions of international law. If these requirements are not met, the Federal Court of Justice of the Federation will declare it invalid, in whole or in part.
2. Within half a year of its registration, both Houses of Congress make a final decision regarding the People’s Initiative. In case the presented draft law is accepted, by a simple majority by both Houses, it will become federal law. The European Congress may submit a counterproposal to the People’s Initiative. In this case, or if the People’s initiative is approved by only one of the Houses, the Praesidium will organize a referendum. The House that did not approve the People’s initiative may submit a counterproposal.
3. The Citizens vote on the initiative and the possible counterproposal at the same time. The Citizens may vote in favour of both proposals. They may indicate the proposal that they prefer if both are accepted. The proposal that comes into force is that which achieves the higher sum of the percentage of votes of the Citizens.
Therefore, with the Popular Initiative Contemplated in the Federal Constitution, legislative proposals could be carried out in the Federation of European States. for example:
• Universal and Unconditional Basic Income in the Federation of European States
• Guaranteed pensions in the Federation.
• The issue of refugees with a Federal Law
• Promote conventional agriculture that prohibits transgenics
• Tax on speculative money and large fortunes
• Solve the problem of climate change
• Propose that the Federation be neutral to guarantee peace in Europe
• Other themes

With the Federal Constitution, we would have a political system comparable to that of the Swiss Federation where citizens have the last word through the Popular Initiative, optional Referendums to reject laws and also mandatory Referendums.

The citizens will have control of the federal politicians in order to allow Europe to be a true Europe of the Citizens. Europe has a future of great expectations...a future where citizens will be able to take control of their existence and will be able to lead a healthier and happier life.

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